These Countries Have Prices on Carbon. Are They Working?

Carbon Tax - NYT - Key Takeaway: *More than 40 governments worldwide have now adopted some sort of price on carbon, either through direct taxes on fossil fuels or through cap-and-trade programs. In Britain, coal use plummeted after the introduction of a carbon tax in 2013. In the Northeastern United States, nine states have set a cap on emissions from the power sector and require companies to buy tradable pollution permits.*

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Carbon Tax - MIT Technology Review - Key Takeaway: *It’s hypocritical for developed countries to punish developing countries for carbon emissions while also investing in fossil-fuel extraction there.*